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Graduate Students

Pranav Adhyapak

M.Sc.:  Biotechnology, University Of Pune 2014
B.Sc.:   Biotechnology, Bharati Vidyapeeth 2012

 

adhyapakpranav@gmail.com

Aswin Srivatsav T

M.Sc.     : Biochemistry from The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Year – 2017.

B.Sc.      : Microbiology, Chemistry and Zoology from St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Bangalore.

aswin.tas@gmail.com

Manjari Misra

B. Pharma. Uttar Pradesh Technical University, 2007-2011

M.Pharma. NIPER Mohali, 2013-2015

Research Associate, JRF IIT Bombay, 2015-2016

manjarimishra1234@gmail.com

Anjana Menon

MTech. Institute of Chemical Technology, 2016-2018

BTech. Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering, University of Kerela, 2012-2016

anjana.nambalat@gmail.com

Prema Agarwal

MSc. Ballygunge Science College, University of Calcutta. 2012-2014

BSc. Asutosh college, University of Calcutta. 2009-2012

premaagarwal2@gmail.com

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Master Students

Dheeraj Kumar Verma

 

Alumnus Members

Abhishek Kalarikkal

Master Thesis Intern

Now PhD at Ruhr Universität Bochum, Germany

abhishekkalarikkal@gmail.com

Ruchi Yadav

B.Sc : Delhi University Hindu College, 2016.

Now at Rutgers University, USA

ruchiyadav1821@gmail.com

Ritesh Saurabh

B.Sc:. BS 4 year Chemistry, IIT Bombay.

riteshiitb7@gmail.com

Abhishek Singh

MSc (Chemistry) IIT Bombay 2017-2019

Now PhD at NTU Singapore

iamabhisheksingh274@gmail.com

Swati Meena

MSc. IIT Bombay 2017-2019

Now in Kota Rajasthan

swatimeena4@gmail.com

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Dr. Gautam Kumar

Ph.D (Natural Products):National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), India, 2018.

M.Pharma (Medicinal Chemistry): Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard University, New Delhi, 2013.

B.Pharma: Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard University, New Delhi, 2011.

Gautam is involved in the synthesis of biologically active small molecules. Trehalose dimycolate (TDM) is virulent  glycolipid  within the cell wall of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and plays an importance role for survival of bacteria inside the mammalian cells. His work is focused on elucidating the biological functions of TDM by synthesizing TDM analogs exogenously added to macrophages. These anlaogs harbor trehalose sugar modified with linkers having fluorescence or Raman probes. His work will provide mycobacterial lipid tool kit to explore lipid-centric biological questions in infectious diseases.

In addition to that, he is also working on developing novel small molecule modulators of Myosin light chain kinase and related CaMK kinases.

kumargautamgalaxy@gmail.com

Dr. Ruchika Dadhich

PDF :    Dept. Of Bio-Sciences & Bio Engineering, IIT Bombay, 2013.
Ph.D.:   Indian Institute of Technology - Mumbai, 2008.
M.Sc.:   Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi, 2002.
B.Sc.:    Punjab University, Chandigarh, 2000.

ruchikadadhich@yahoo.com

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